Talking helps, talking heals.
As a relational and existential psychotherapist, my work is primarily to help you put your thoughts and feelings into words and to take stock of your relationships, your lived experience in the world, and your existence. Working together, we can tap into your own wealth of resources: your free will, creativity, narrative capacity and emotional resilience, among them. Talking in-depth about one's emotional life is often a very beneficial process, leading to a range of noticeable positive effects and a healthier sense of self. Therapy isn't just for those in a mental health crisis, it is for anyone willing to open up, look within and talk.Find the right fit.
One of my primary beliefs about psychotherapy is that an intuitive sense of connection to a therapist and their approach is a core component of a good, effective therapy. Talking can help and heal, but it usually only happens if you are doing it with a person who is well-suited to understand you from your perspective, in a meaningful way.
Psychotherapy is a place to think and feel, a place to ask questions, a place to risk vulnerability, a place to share closely held feelings and experiences, a place to seek solace, comfort and courage, and a place to say anything. As a therapist, my intention is to offer you the presence of a close listener, an empathic participant, a curious questioner, and an active responder. Meeting in person might help you to know if who I am and how I respond to you resonates with you, as we sit together and talk about your life.Consider a first meeting.
In getting in touch with me to arrange a session, I can assure you of my respect and care for your confidentiality and personal autonomy. When the time is right for you, I welcome your contact.For my website on group psychotherapy, please click here.